A couple of weeks ago I profiled Josh Satin and called for him to be promoted and at the very least platoon have him with Ike Davis at first base as he continues to struggle against left-handed pitching.
Rob Brender, a contributor to Mets Minor League Blog, got a chance to ask Satin a few questions last night and spoke to him about his early-season success and what he needs to work on to get back to the major leagues.
Rob Brender: You’re having a great season so far, batting .346, which is second on the team to Andrew Brown (.357 BA). You must feel pretty good about the way you’re swinging the bat?
Josh Satin: Yeah, I changed a few things up last year to make myself feel more consistent. I was a little too hot and cold last year and in previous years. I like where I’m at right now. I’m still working on a few things but I like where my swing is right now.
Rob Brender: You’ve hit four home runs and seven double (this season). Have you noticed that the home runs have come as a result ...